Common misspellings for oxidase:
ixidase, kxidase, lxidase, pxidase, 0xidase, 9xidase, ozidase, ocidase, odidase, osidase, oxudase, oxjdase, oxkdase, oxodase, ox9dase, ox8dase, oxisase, oxixase, oxicase, oxifase, oxirase, oxiease, oxidzse, oxidsse, oxidwse, oxidqse, oxidaae, oxidaze, oxidaxe, oxidade, oxidaee, oxidawe, oxidasw, oxidass, oxidasd, oxidasr, oxidas4, oxidas3, ioxidase, oixidase, koxidase, okxidase, loxidase, olxidase, poxidase, opxidase, 0oxidase, o0xidase, 9oxidase, o9xidase, ozxidase, oxzidase, ocxidase, oxcidase, odxidase, oxdidase, osxidase, oxsidase, oxuidase, oxiudase, oxjidase, oxijdase, oxkidase, oxikdase, oxoidase, oxiodase, ox9idase, oxi9dase, ox8idase, oxi8dase, oxisdase, oxidsase, oxixdase, oxidxase, oxicdase, oxidcase, oxifdase, oxidfase, oxirdase, oxidrase, oxiedase, oxidease, oxidzase, oxidazse, oxidasse, oxidwase, oxidawse, oxidqase, oxidaqse, oxidaase, oxidasae, oxidasze, oxidaxse, oxidasxe, oxidadse, oxidasde, oxidaese, oxidasee, oxidaswe, oxidasew, oxidases, oxidased, oxidasre, oxidaser, oxidas4e, oxidase4, oxidas3e, oxidase3, xidase, oidase, oxdase, oxiase, oxidse, oxidae, oxidas, xoidase, oixdase, oxdiase, oxiadse, oxidsae, oxidaes, ooxidase, oxxidase, oxiidase, oxiddase, oxidase, gxidase, mxidase, nxidase, o8idase, ohidase, opidase, oyidase, oxydase, oxadase, oxmdase, oxhdase, oxitase, oxilase, oxidese, oxidcse, oxida3e, oxidace, oxidaqe, oxidare, oxidasu, oxidasm, oxidasa, oxidasg, oxayedase, oxeyedase, o xidase, ox idase, oxi dase, oxid ase, oxida se, oxidas e.
Definition of oxidase:
- The class of all enzymes catalyzing oxidoreduction reactions. The substrate that is oxidized is regarded as a hydrogen donor. The systematic name is based on donor: acceptor oxidoreductase. The recommended name will be dehydrogenase, wherever this is possible; as an alternative, reductase can be used. Oxidase is only used in cases where O2 is the acceptor. ( Enzyme Nomenclature, 1992, p9)
- One of a large group of deamiddizing oxidizing substances contained in animal and plant tissues; they are believed to have a catalytic action and therefore to belong among the ferments; they cause the oxidation of various organic substances, converting hypoxanthin into xanthin, for example.